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News from the National Laboratories

4-May-2015
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, May 2015
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

1-May-2015
ORNL researchers probe chemistry, topography and mechanics with one instrument
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

1-May-2015
Beetlejuice! Secrets of beetle sprays unlocked at the Advanced Photon Source
DOE/Argonne National Laboratory

28-Apr-2015
Electron chirp: Cyclotron radiation from single electrons measured directly for first time
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

28-Apr-2015
Counting all costs, Berkeley Lab researchers find that saving energy is still cheap
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

30-Apr-2015
Dull forest glow yields orbital tracking of photosynthesis
Brown University

29-Apr-2015
Can photosynthesis be measured over large areas? MBL, Brown U. scientists find a way
Marine Biological Laboratory

28-Apr-2015
First proton collisions at world's largest science experiment should start in early June
Southern Methodist University

27-Apr-2015
Improving geothermal energy
University of Utah

21-Apr-2015
New tabletop detector 'sees' single electrons
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Features

Giant electromagnet arrives at Brookhaven Lab to map melted matter

Giant electromagnet arrives at Brookhaven Lab to map melted matter

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New tool shrinks big data in biology studies at SLAC's X-ray laser

New tool shrinks big data in biology studies at SLAC's X-ray laser

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New mathematical method enhances hydrology simulations

New mathematical method enhances hydrology simulations

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How a new telescope will measure the expansion of the universe

How a new telescope will measure the expansion of the universe

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